Lisa Vanderpump was the target of a whole lot of shade on the last season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. As RadarOnline.com readers know, the star announced she had quit the show one day before the reunion filming, which aired this Tuesday, July 16.
During their talk with Andy Cohen, Vanderpump’s former costars slammed her for not attending the reunion and bashed her for allegedly leaking information to Radar after her #Puppygate drama.
Fans know the star has vehemently denied the claims she spilled RHOBH details to Radar, but the ladies have still not let it go.
Throughout the season, Vanderpump, 58, was deemed a snitch, and had to endure nasty confrontations with every one of the 'wives.
At the reunion — which was filmed on June 5 — Cohen, 51, asked the ladies what they thought of the whole debacle, specifically of Radar’s exclusive story about Vanderpump.
The Bravo host read Radar’s source quote about Vanderpump feeling like she was “burned at the stake."
Hearing those words, the women rolled their eyes.
“Get off the cross. We need the wood,” Erika Jayne said.
Radar readers know the two have been feuding for a while, and their relationship only got worse when Vanderpump suggested Jayne, 48, had male reproductive parts.
“Just don’t ask me if Erika’s tucking or something like that because there are some things I can’t lie about” Vanderpump said while taking a lie detector test onscreen.
Not So Friendly
At the reunion, Kyle Richards brought a belated birthday gift for Vanderpump (Manolo Blahnik shoes) and was baffled when she didn’t show up. Eventually she said her former pal likely stayed home because “she has been unmasked.”
Cohen and the housewives learned Vanderpump would not be attending the reunion via a Daily Mail article in which she was quoted saying she had quit the show and wouldn’t be showing up.
“I think they’ve made it pretty impossible for me to go back frankly,” she told the outlet when asked if she would return next season. “So … no.”
The news came more than six months after Radar first broke the news.
“Lisa will not be returning to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” a source close to Vanderpump confirmed to Radar. “She’s moving on to bigger and better things.”
Vanderpump's departure after eight years on the show came as a result of her falling out from former best friends Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley. Her brother’s death also greatly impacted the star, and made it difficult for her to continue filming.
“This is not the Lisa that I knew,” Grammer, 50, said in an episode of the Bravo show. “The Lisa that I knew would show up. She’s running from everybody. It’s like this immature girl hiding from the truth.”